Sevruga caviar: Sevruga Caviar is considered as Classic Varietals of Caviar. It comes from Acipenser Stellatus Sturgeon and one of the three species that originated in the Caspian sea. It is the rarest farmed.

The Baerii Caviar: Classic Siberian Caviar, so called Baerii caviar, is harvested from the Siberian sturgeon (asipenser baerii). AC it is a fine-grained caviar recognized for its pure, elegant flavor. 

Almas Caviar: Almas, pseudonym of the most expensive caviar extracted from a very rare female albino Beluga sturgeon which its natural habitat is in the Caspian Sea particularly the regions that appears less polluted. Almas is a Persian word which signifies “diamond” refer to its price that is almost as high as that of the precious gemstone and its appearance looks like unpolished Diamond.

Osetra (also Oscietra, Osetra, or Asetra) caviar: Osetra is another cherished caviar after Beluga in the world that is harvested from the Persian Sturgeon (Acipenser Persicus) and the Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii). Osetra Caviar is native to the Caspian Sea, and to a lesser extent found in the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov,and including their river basins. Osetra has medium-sized eggs that often vary in color, flavor, and texture. They typically range from olive green to dark brown, sometimes with an appealing golden hue. Their texture is firm, while the flavor is usually briny, buttery, and distinctively nutty. Osetra is not as creamy as Beluga in texture.

Beluga caviar: The Beluga Sturgeon, Huso Huso, is endemic to Panto Caspian Sea, which the Caspian Sea, the world’s largest salt-water lake, is part of it. Caviar extracted from Beluga sturgeon is the most famous and rarest Caviar in the world. Beluga Caviar has an excellent and decisive flavor that comes from its creamy, soft and homogenous texture making it the most valuable types of its rolling (round) pearls.